sonification


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son·i·fi·ca·tion

(son'i-fi-kā'shŭn),
The production of sound, or of sound waves.

son·i·fi·ca·tion

(son'i-fi-kā'shŭn)
The production of sound, or of sound waves.
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In this talk, we will explore another way of analysing data, using sonification techniques: sonification of data conveys information using mainly non-speech sound.
After being stirred for 24 h at 40[degrees]C, the mixture was ultrasonicated for 12 min under the amplitude of 90% using sonification apparatus (S-450D, Branson Ultrasonics Corporation) in ice--water baths to obtain a stable nano-ATO/MM A--BA dispersion.
Tracing his own teenage investigations into earth batteries and what some call 'rock music,' Gorman develops a methodology for sonification of the electrical and telluric currents that circulate beneath the surface of the earth.
After sonification in Super Q water and drying, the sample was weighed to the nearest 0.
The finer fraction (<2 [micro]m) of the clay--organic complexes was isolated by gravity sedimentation after dispersing the soil samples by sonification as described below.
Researchers at Washington State University used sonification to rupture yogurt bacteria and improve the viability of probiotics.
CE diameter scattergrams clearly illustrate the impact of sonification (see figure 3) showing a reduction in size of the larger particles, to the extent where only a very few remain.
11] cells) of thrombocyte concentrates from different donors were pooled and lysed by sonification (3 x 15 s).
General topics include sonification, haptics/touch and multimodal interfaces, knowledge visualization in organizations, cognitive information visualization, knowledge domain visualization, the interreg IIIB NEW Special European Project, knowledge visualization applications, calligraphy applications, graph theory, AVR, image recognition techniques, web visualization and VSW, animation, visual data mining, geometric modeling, DART, knowledge domain visualization.
Dynamic representation of uncertainty is not restricted to only visual channels; several authors have proposed sonification as a way to encode uncertainty along with data.
For "Morse-Thue Numbers (Base 2)", Diaz- Jerez (2000) describes the sonification of the natural number sequence in the following manner: